In this video, Elizabeth Dickinson, Michael Woldemariam, and Annette Weber discuss the uniting impact of the Gulf Arab states in the Horn of Africa region.
Senior Analyst, Arabian Peninsula, International Crisis Group
Elizabeth Dickinson has served as a senior analyst for the Arabian Peninsula for the International Crisis Group since late 2017. Her work focuses on the six countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council. Previously a journalist, she has lived in the region for seven years and has written extensively on Gulf regional foreign policy, counterterror finance, and political reform. Prior to joining the International Crisis Group, Dickinson worked for a decade as a journalist, including roles at Foreign Policy magazine, The National, and The Economist. She graduated Cum Laude from Yale University, with a degree in African and international studies. An Overseas Press Club scholarship recipient, she has reported from five continents and speaks French, Spanish, and Krio (Sierra Leone), as well as basic Yoruba and Arabic.
In this video, Annette Weber, Michael Woldemariam, and Elizabeth Dickinson discuss economic interests and security strategies of the Gulf Arab states in the Horn of Africa region.
In this video, Mohammed Baharoon and Elizabeth Dickinson discuss historical ties, as well as economic and security interests, between the Gulf Arab states and the Horn of Africa region.